Watch Prince George Arrive For His First Day Of School – And Try Not To Cry. We Dare You. 

Watch Prince George Arrive For His First Day Of School – And Try Not To Cry. We Dare You. 

This morning Prince George officially started his first day at school. We can’t believe it either. Wait until you see how cute he looks in his uniform…

The first day of school is an important one for any child or parent, and when you’re a prince the pressure is on.

George’s mum, Kate Middleton, was unfortunately too unwell to take George to his new school due to her severe morning sickness. Having already cancelled two separate public engagements on Monday and Tuesday, we’re sending well wishes to the Duchess as well as good luck to the prince.

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This morning Prince George was driven to school by his proud father, the Duke of Cambridge. Prince William drove his son through the school gate before helping him out of the car and walking him hand in hand to the entrance - William carrying the little prince’s bag as they went.

The news was announced on the Kensington Palace Instagram with the most adorable video of the little prince being walked into the school for the first time hand in hand with his father, Prince George and the Head of Lower School, Helen Haslem before The Duke led Prince George inside to his new reception classroom.

On meeting, Prince William told Ms Haslem that George has been watching eagerly as other boys walked into the school in their uniforms…

Following in his fathers footsteps, Prince George will be attending the Thomas's Battersea school in London. A preparatory school costing £18,000-a-year in south-west London.

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As expected, the four year old looks completely adorable in his tiny school uniform which consists of navy shorts and jumper, long red socks and black shoes.

According to the Good Schools Guide the school is: 'A big, busy, slightly chaotic school for cosmopolitan parents who want their children to have the best English education money can buy.'

Good luck today, Prince George!

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